2003 Patriot 200 All American 400.jpg
Held on October 18, 2003 at Fairgrounds Speedway at Nashville in Nashville, TN
200 L, 119.2 M, 191.8 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 6 51 Brian Hoppe Gildan Activewear Chevy 200 45 Running
2 21 28 Ricky Turner Williams Bros. Lumber Co. Ford 200 0 Running
3 34 98 Russell Fleeman US Auto Sales Chevy 200 0 Running
4 15 13 Charlie Menard Menards, Pittsburgh Paints Ford 200 3 Running
5 8 55 Chuck Barnes, Jr. Kroger, Clifty Farm County Hams, Gladiator GarageWorks Chevy 200 0 Running
6 1 8 Eddie Hoffman Lisa Thomas Salon, M.R. Lee Building Material Ford 200 38 Running
7 32 48 Bobby Murany Go Go Auto Parts Chevy 200 0 Running
8 3 49 Stanley Smith Valvoline, Express Oil Dodge 200 0 Running
9 19 01 Ron Breese, Jr. EWT, Inc. Chevy 200 0 Running
10 5 11 Jeff Lane Ed Martin Automotive Group Chevy 200 0 Running
11 33 89 Brad Mueller More Than Millwork Pontiac 200 0 Running
12 7 38 Scott Carlson Sprint PCS Vision, Hammer Racing Engines Dodge 200 0 Running
13 16 80 Tom Hernly, Jr. Sawyers Pontiac Chevy 200 0 Running
14 22 00 Andy Ponstein Great Deals Magazine of Indiana, Glasstree.com Ford 200 0 Running
15 4 87 Erik Darnell AMI Trailer Leasing, Appleton Rack & Pinion Chevy 200 34 Running
16 14 24 Brett Sontag Terry's Automotive Group, Cub Foods Chevy 199 0 Running
17 36 53 Boris Jurkovic Lots of Fun on 41 Chevy 199 0 Running
18 23 33 Billy Barton Crown Spray Power Chevy 199 0 Running
19 31 82 Donnie Wilson Wilson Ford Parts Ford 199 0 Running
20 27 71 Johnny Brazier Frogg Toggs Ford 199 0 Running
21 28 63 Jim Crabtree, Jr. Jim's Automotive Service Chevy 199 0 Running
22 25 129 Jeff Letson Burleson Pools Dodge 198 0 Running
23 39 21 Ryan Mathews Mattews Properities Chevy 198 0 Running
24 29 91 Heath Hindman Heath Hindman Racing Chevy 196 0 Running
25 17 23 Eddie Van Meter Muller Motorsports, Skiles, American Suspention Dodge 168 0 Rear End
26 10 60 Ryan Hanson Prairie Ave. Concrete Ford 161 0 Mechanical
27 13 0 David Hole Holehot Motorsports Chevy 157 0 Overheating
28 24 29 Reed Sorenson Allan Vigil Ford Ford 140 0 Mechanical
29 9 78 Charlie Bradberry Bradberry Racing Chevy 128 0 Engine
30 12 01 Wayne Willard Bowen Buillders Group Dodge 122 52 Engine
31 35 110 Jack Landis Manufactured Housing Chevy 108 0 Mechanical
32 20 5 Eddie Mercer Victor Ford Ford 89 0 Mechanical
33 11 11 John Wilkinson, III RJ Racing Dodge 74 0 Accident
34 37 10 Chris Gabehart Hendricks County Motorsports Chevy 60 0 Mechanical
35 38 45 Dave Jackson Tri-State Sterling Trucks, Redbank Transport Chevy 56 0 Handling
36 18 911 Walt Brannen Clint Brannen Motor Co., SPS - Atlanta Ford 40 0 Accident
37 2 1 J.R. Norris Norris Auto Sales Dodge 28 28 Shifter
38 26 72 Scott Hantz EMF Corporation, Finish Line Fabricating Chevy 9 0 Axle
39 30 94 Tim Sibila Sibila Race Engineering, Muller Motorsports Chevy 4 0 Radiator
40 40 5 Nathan Davis Berry's Performance, Humber Hog Farms Ford 3 0 Mechanical
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify: Junior Hanley, Ray Skillman, Mark Day, Jeff Stith, Bob Varney, Kyle Jones, Pete Moore, Steve Moenck, Dale Nottestad, Josh Clemons, Roger Reuse, Shane Chastain, Greg Boone, Michelle Theriault, Len Nowosel, Jenny White, Terry Mason, Jr.
Time of Race: ???
Fast Qualifier:
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Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: ??? mph
Cautions: 8 for 62 laps - not available
Lead Changes: 8 among 6 drivers - J.R. Norris 1-28; E. Darnell 29-48, 53-66; B. Hoppe 49-52, 160-200; E. Hoffman 119-156 W. Willard 67-118; C. Menard 157-159.
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
* This race, at least at the time of its running, was not truly considered an iteration of the All American 400. The All American 400 had ended in 2000 with the construction of Nashville Superspeedway and the rights to the race had been applied to the short lived "All American Thanksgiving Classic" at the big track. This race was on the schedule primarily as a support race to the following day's ASA 300-lapper. However, the strong field of late models that appeared at the track plus the sanctioning help from the Southern All-Star Asphalt Series and Champion Racing Association (even though neither series counted this as a points race) convinced the track to re-invest in the "All American 400". As such, the track has retroactively counted this as one of the All American feature races.